our favorite day {day 4}

It's Saturday. As an Introvert, I would guess this is one of your favorite days. It's a day to rest, relax and reenergize for the week ahead at work, home with the kiddos or coffee dates with friends.

Even if you only get a little bit of time in the morning and see friends this evening it is important to take those steps to rest and reenergize. Even better if you can each day, but once a week to begin with is a great start!



In your room
Ask your husband or a close family member to watch the kiddos and go up to your room with a good book, cup of coffee and relax for an hour.

Local coffee shop
These are good sometimes when you want to be around people but not talk. Grab some earphones and listen to quiet music, write or read.

Take a Walk
Enjoying the outdoors is so refreshing and so healthy for you too!

Pop in a movie and popcorn 
Sometimes popping in a movie and munching on some popcorn either by yourself or with your family is much needed. So go see what's new on Netflix or grab a DVD (if you hate decisions close your eyes and pick one) and make a nest (love Hayley's tips!).

So which one will you pick for this weekend? Self-care as an introvert is so important because you will feel more comfortable in your own skin when around others and you will be rejuvenated to have a mini conversation at the next dinner party or get together at the playdate if you one of these often.

How do you recharge as an introvert?



This is the fourth post in a 31 day series in October about being comfortable in your own skin as an introvert. 

2 comments:

  1. This is one of the hardest things for me to do. Theres so much I would love to do in peace and quiet (reading and writing) but always feel like other things should come first. I need to be better about this and make time for myself. I did luck out and sneak in a couple good maps over the weekend though!

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    1. That's awesome. Yes, It is definitely something to make time for :)

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